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Ramp-up Your IRA/401k with an IVA!

Learn how to collateralize your IRA/401k/Savings account with a qualified ISDA Silver Holdings. Protect your Retirement Nest-Egg from Currency Devaluation, Governmental or Institutional Confiscation/Forfeiture, Legal Claims, Theft, and be in alignment with the great "Silver Quickening!"
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Ramp-up Your IRA/401k with an IVA!

Time & Location

Aug 03, 2018, 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Location is TBD

About The Event

PRESENTER: Ryan Eldridge, ISDA Strategic Philanthropist

Unlock the Potential of your Retirement Savings (IRA/401k) with a Self-Directed IRA Collateralized with an IVA!

A self-directed IRA (SDIRA) is an account that shelters your retirement money to save on taxes. They are easy to open and you have many options to choose from. Many people move their money into a SDIRA because of its substantial benefits, whereas you have more control over your funds.

Choosing the best IRA option for yourself is an important decision. Whether you choose self-investing, investing with some professional advice or you want to leave your money in another’s hands, it’s a personal choice.

Basically, there are four ways to rollover your retirement funds into an IRA; discount brokerage, full-service brokerage, mutual fund company, or self-directed IRA. When you’re moving your retirement savings into an IRA, you need to do your research and understand your options.

To get started, after you’ve setup your SDIRA, you ask for rollover paperwork from your plan administrator, fill it out, return it, and wait for the funds to be transferred. Individuals may generally transfer IRA or rollover eligible qualified retirement plan assets into a self-directed IRA. For direct rollovers, funds are simply transferred from one institution to another.

If for some reason a check arrives in your mailbox, don’t panic. You have 60 days to deposit it into your new SDIRA before you’ll be hit with a tax bill. Once the money is in your SDIRA, you can direct the funds as you please.

Ramp-up Your Self-Directed IRA with an IVA!

When you authorize your SDIRA to contribute to your individual ICO Vesting Account, your CoVestment is made to a collaborative Assurance Trust. Your contribution is then allocated and granted to the purpose of your CoVestment.

These allocations are gathered collectively into an ISDA Community Stabilization Fund, that when fully vested, can be leveraged and enhanced to be more abundant than the original value of your contribution.

When you consider transferring your qualified retirement funds into a self-directed IRA to be CoVested, the contribution made by your ICO Vesting Account constitutes a “Secured Note” for accounting purposes.

The Royalties of your contribution are a contingent liability against future cash-flow and the collaborative efforts therein, which no man can predict nor measure such an eternal impact.

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